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0Corrected every Tuesday and Friday
hy Summer Bros.
Meat . ....6 01 6.
Shoulders ........ c............. 5 4i.
aie --......................... 1 12c.
130i LJArd ............... ...... 7 80.
Best Molasses, new crop...... ;oo.
osre....... ................ 2565*
I-la ... ... .. ........1.00.
Wheat Bran.................. 1.00.
1stPatelit Flour ................ 0.50.
2nd Best Flour.....---......... $5.50.
Strait Flour'-....-. - -...... $56 25.
Good Ordinary Flour. 4. 5.00
.i........... a.. .....
Coffee ................ .
r, per lb ..... ........ I 21 .
ggs, per dozen ...............12 I5c.
Chickens, each........... 121@ 'c.
Peas, per bushel................. 500.
Corn, per bushel................. 500.
- Oats, per bushel........... 3W000.
Sweet potatoes ............., Nf c.
Turkeys, per lb .................. 80.
Fdder, per cwt .... ...... 6 75c.
Newbeiry Ctton Market.
(Corrected Tueday and Friday by 0. Mci.
Good Middling..........................5 50
Strict Middling.... ...................5 37u
M iddling.................................... 25
Strict Low Middling.....................5 121
tow M iddling............................5
The Herald and News Is in re $t of
4n invitation to the marriage Rev.
James C. Douglass, of R ellile,
Ark., to Miss Willie Kir trick, of
Prosyerity, S. C., on Ng mber 3, 1897,
at 2 o'clock at tj,A: ~R. Presbyterian
The bride is the charming daughter
of Rev. A. G. Kirkpatrick, pastor of the
A. R. Presbyterian church u Pros
perity, while the groom is an A. R.
Presbyterian minister now located in
Arkansas. We extend in advance
most hearty congratulations and best
Ducklen's Arnica Salve.
The best Salve In the world for Cuts,
1ruises, Sores, ITIcers, Salt Rheuni,
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup
tions, and positively cures Piles, or no
pay required. It Is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction or money refunded.
Irice 25 cents per box. For sale by
Robertson & Gilder.
A small line of Glassware to close out
regardless of cost. J. T. Hutchison.2t
When in need of Groceries don't fall
to call on Jos. T. Hutchisou, as we are
headquarters for low prices. t&f2t
My Restaurant is open for
the season and I am prepared
to serve the public in first
class tyle with the very best
the market affords. Polite
and courteous attention to all.
I am prepared to serve cus
tomers at all hours.
S. B. JONES,
Today at 11 o'clock at E'benezer
chnrch Mr. Robert Lee Schumpert and
Miss Agnes Whitaker' will be united in
marriage by Rev. D. Tiller.
*, Mr. Schumpert is one of our most
*successful and prosperous farmers and
Miss Whitaker is the daughter of Rev.
alkeroWhitakter, of the Methodist
c ow of North Carolina, but at
one time pastor in this county. The
*happy coup)le will leave on the 12
o'clock train over the Seaboard Air
Line for the Nashville Exposition.
The Herald and News extends con
gratulations and wishes them a long,
- usefol and prosperous life.
The Com~ing Womn
who goes to the club while her h usband
tends the baby, as well as the good old
fashioned woman who looks after her
home, will both at times get run down
in health. They will be troubled with
loss8 of appetite, headaches, sleepless
ness, fainting or dizzy spells. The most
* wonderfnl remedy for th ese wonton Is
Eilectric Bitters. Thousands of suffer
.ers from Lame IBack and Weak Kid
.neys rise up and call it blessed. It is
the medic ne for women. Femalecom
plaints and Nervous troubles of all
kinds are joon~ relieved by the'use of
EIletric Bitters. Delicate women
should keep this remedy on hand to
- build up> the system. Only 50o per bot
tle, atR bertson & Gilder.
* We are still head quarters for Tobac
co, and keel) the following brands on
hand: Palm Tree, 25c. per pound; An
nie Pearl, Red Meat, Plumb Good, Big
Winston, Lilly May, Battle Ax, Rich
*and Waxy, May Belle, HTorse Apple,
Ma 1~e Lee, Sweet Mash and Natural
L pf at .Jos. T. Hntchison's. t&f21
~Kog Soda, 2c. per pound at Jos. T.
WE HAVE FOUND IT.
A chill cure that is
pleasant to take and
will cure any case of
chill or fever.
Robertson & Gilder,
Druggists on the Oorner.
Hlouse anId Lot for liale.
Ylouse of seven rooms. Lot three
neces. Apply to G. B. Cromer. f&ttf
Ladies' Kid Gloves, every pair war
ranted, at..Wo*ten's. taf2I,
. VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
No jurors came in yesterday.
See notide of sale of personal proper
Garmany Academy will open next
Monday, November let.
Mr. W. H. Eddy has sold his iew
residence to Mrs. R. J. Wynn.
A Chinese laundryman was in the
city yesterday looking for a location.
Court willgYcn next Monday but the
jurors ar ut expected until Tuesday.
I - xcelsior Fire Company will
b a meeting tonight. Fvery mom
P is expected to be present.
D. C. Flynn announces this week
some bargains to equal 5 cents cotton.
See his prices and glve him a call.
The St. Luke's postolice was broken
into and robbed of $10 worth of .stamps
and a few postal cards last Friday
The fare to the Nashville Exposition
from Newberry for round trip today is
only $5.45. That is almost cheaper than
a free pass.
Mr. L. A. Hawkins has moved his
stock of Organs, Pianos, etc., into
the store on Main street occupied by
Wynn & Gardner.
Next Monday is saleday and we do
not remember ever to have known a
November saloday with as little real
estate advertised for sale.
movement Is on foot among some
f our young men to organize an lide
pendent reel team. We need two white
companies to liven up things.
Rev. Dr. W. S. Bowman last week
had a slight stroke of paralysis. This
will be sad news to lits many friends in
Newberry who will hope for his speedy
The New South Club is the recipient
of a beautiful hand-made sofa pillow
presented by Miss Fannie McCaughrin,
of Newberry, S. C., who spent the sum
mer here.-Concord, N. C., Times.
Lambert W. Jones, Esq., had an old
time "corn shucking" at his place last
Friday night. Seyenty-five negroes
shucked '720 bushels of corn. After the
corn was shucked he gave them a big
Let everybody get ready to go to the
Fair. The railroad rates are cheap
and trains will be run so that you can
go down and back the same day. There
should be a large crowd from New
Mr. Geo. M. Honour, of Charleston,
came up from Synod at Pine Ridge to
visit Newberry, where his father, Rev.
Dr. Honour, lived during the lwar.
Since his last visit here ten years ago,
he says wonderful progress has been
made in our town.
Beer Dispenser Baxter turned in to
the county yesterday for last week's
sales $15; for the week before $12, and
the three days of the week before that
$6, and the same amount went each
week to the State dispensary. People
like beer and the demand seems to be
Free of Charge to Sufferers
Cut this out and lake it to your drug
gset and get a sample bottle free of Dr.
King's New Discovery, for Consump
tion, Coughs and Colds. They do not
ask you to buy before trying. This
will show you the great merits of this
truly wonderful remedy, and show you
what can be accomplished by the regu
lar size bottle. This is no experiment,
and would be disastrous to the pro
prietors, did they not know it would
invariably cure. Man~y of the best
physicians are now using it in their
practice with great results, and arere
yngon it in mostesevere cases. It is
guanteed. Trial bottles free at Robert
son and Gilder's Drug Store. ftegular
size 5~0 cents and $1.00.
NOT FEEUING WELLJ
This preparation is a combination
of drugs having alterative, tonic
stimulant and laxative action.
It contains three drugs which the
medical profession recommend for
skin diseases, Scrofulous affections,
Dyspepsia, Liver Complaints, Rheu
It is carefully prepared from the
purest drugs and is sold at 75 cents
a bottle at
Robes/son & Gilder's
To call and see our line of S4hoes,
Hate, Pants and Underwear' before buy
ing, as we are giving special bargains.
t&f2t Jos. T. hutchisoon.
A pastoral play, said to ho on the or
der' of the "Old Homestead" and other
like attractions, comes to the Newber
ry Opera House Saturday Evening,
October 30. In the the third act a
sensational Saw Mill scene is intro
duced, showing Uncle Josh Simpkins'
saw mill in actual operation, cutting up
recal logs and timber, using a real,
m9ammoth Buzz Saw, which is seen~ re
volving, at frightful speed. The p)lay
does not, however, depend on this one
scene for success as there are several
other equally interesting scenes, and
an abundance of good wholesome fun
and many pleasing musical features.
This company travels in their own pr'1
vate Pullman ear and will 'not arrive
nunt,il 2:25 p. m.
Mr. J. A Blackwelder leaves today
for the Nashville Exposition.
Col. C. M. Grahan spent Sunday in
Fairfield County with his family.
Miss Estelle Todd on Satuirday went
on a brief visit to relatives at Clinton.
Mr. Jno. Daniels, of Gaffinoy, 'i
spending a few days here with his par
Rev. Dr. Holland and wife f Charles
ton are visiting at President Oeo. B.
Mr. Jno. 1. Livingston, represonting
the C., N. & L. It. It., was in the city
Jno. T. Dnncan, Esq., of Columbia,
came up Sunday and spent a few hours
Judge J. H1. Hudson was in the city
last week on professional business and
while here was the guest of Col. W. H.
Miss Sara Wheeler has returned
from an extended visit tqher sister
Mrs. .1. 1'. Glasgow in Gainesville,
Mrs. C. C. Featherstone, who has
been visiting Mrs. F. Z. Wilson, re
turned to her home in Laurens on
Mr. L. S. Shirey, son of the late Rev.
J. D. Shlirey, is in Newberry and i en
gaged with Mr. J. A. [l3ackwelder in
the brokerage business.
Mr. Geo. Hains, of Augusta, spent a
few hours in Newberry on Saturday on
his return from Synod and took. a look
at the new Lutheran church and New
Rev. J. H. Harms, of Pennsylvania,
stopped over in Newberry last week to
visit his former classmate Mr. E. A.
Carlisle. lie wals on his way to visit
his parents in Savannah.
Dr. 1: A. Daniel, of Newberry, ac
companied by Mi4s Mabel Williamson,
arrived here this afternoon and is
stopping with his sister, Mrs. William
son.-Union New Hwa.
Rev. J. L. Villiamson, the pastor,
and Mr. Win. E. Pelham, elder, will
represent the Presbyterian church at
Synod of South t'airolina, to convene at
Darlington, S. C., Friday, October 29.
For Satle Cheap.
One Cooking Steve and Utensils, 2 or
3 Tables, 4 Chairs, Paintings. Apply
to W. H. R ddy, Jr. tit
A YOUNG GIRVL'H SUICIDE.
Mis Edvardts, of Ifurke, Throws iHerself in
a Mii Pond-No ieason Olven for the
[Special to the Chiarlotte Observer 23d.t
I Rutherford College, Oct, 21.-About
) o'clock this morning Miss Rosa Ed
wards, the beautiful and accomplished
daughter of Rev. T. 11. Edwards, was
drowned in Johnson's mill pond, one
mile froin Rutherford College. Miss
Rosa was the teacher of the public
school, and had left her home ostensi
bly to go to her work. But she never
reached it. The keeper of the old mill
sawv her' pass up the unfirequented p)ath
way to the pond, and expressed his won
der' where she was going. HIe saw her
walk briskly up the pathway until she
camne to where a part of a formeri dam
afforded a walk into the middle of the
pond. This, as was evidenced by her
tracks, she had taken to the end, and
had there made the fatal plunge. Her
body was recovered within a few min
utes of the drowning, and while thei'e
was some slight beatiij; of the heart,
all elfor'ts to revive her proved futile.
The girl was about 19, of prepossessing
appear'ance and imannei', well educated,
andI of pronouinced piety. If it was sui
cide, as the circumstances sti'angely
suggest, there can ho no reason found
for it but one- -that is tihe loss of sleep,
sitting uip for weeks with hot' dying
stepmiother, may have unbalanced her
mind. It is a-very strange affair', and
Mr. Edwards has the sympathy of our
The theoi'y of suicide was confiirmed
later today by the finding of a note
near whei'o Miss Edwards entei'ed the
water. Th'le niote was: "Woirthless.
No one to blame but Rosa Edwai'ds."
T1he ladies of the Prc^sbyterian church
will hold thou' annual Chr'ysanthemumm
Show on Frida, , Nov. 5i, from 4 p. m.
unt,il 11 p. im. The following day, Sat
urday, fr'om 10 a. in. to 12 in. Ladies
contributing or offering foir prizies will
please send chrmysanthemiums Friday
miorni ng. R efreshments will be served
and an enjoyable occasion is priomised to
iall lovers of flowers.
Tihe prizeCs wvill be as follows: 4 prizes
in silver will be offered for the follow
lowing: 1st, Finest specimen of single
chrysanthemu tm; 2nd, Fi nest collection
of cut chrysanthemums; 3rd, Finest pot..
tedi chr'ysanthemunr.; 4th , the finest de
lDeath of Mrs. 1tobt. Ii. Wright.
Mr's. Alice Wright the wvife of Mr.
Roht. D). Wright died at, their home in
Newberry on Monday morning aft,i' a
long Illness, aged 341 years. Mrs.Wright
was a Miss Day and a nat.ive of Vimr
ginia. By a loving and a lovable dis
p)osition andi( a quiet unassuming man
ner she won' many friends and ad
mii'ors in Ncwboriry who mouirn her'
ear'ly andl untimely (death. She leaves
two small children and a husband and
many other relatives and frieinds.
Tiho Heorald and Ne ws extends tender
est sympathy to those who mourn the
departure of a dearly loved one.
11er remains will be interred at Rlo .
mont this afternoon at half past three
o'clock. Services at the grave.
Royal makes the tod p1br,
Wholsomae ad dftoovu.
ROVM SA,UNG POWDER CO., RaW YORK.
Opera House, Friday Rvening, October go.
The season of '97-98 opens with a
most delightful comedy dram. f fyou
fail to see this charming play you will
miss the most delightful treat of the
season. From the rise of the curtain
on the first act until the close of the
last the interest never lags.
Positively the first play under the
complete system of electric lights.
Sale of seats begins today. Secure
your reserve seats now. Seats on male
at Schotz's Jewelry store.
The following Is a briof description
of the cast:
Miss Ella G. Riser in the title role
displays a degree of talent for emotion
al acting seldom ever seen on the ama
Miss Estelle Todd as Mother Mundy,
the Witch of Dismal Hollow, is a
genius in the rendition of eccentric
Miss lula Jones In the role of Susie,
the charming and graceful maid, is a
character of which it is unnecessary to
write. Thoso who know Miss Jones
know that her work will be up to her
usual standard of excellence.
Chas. Mansfleld, the leading gentle
man, is most ably carried through by
that grand emotional actor, Mr. F. H1.
Mr. B. M. Aull in the role of Dr.
Harris, a principal in the great duel
ing scene, shows a remarkable amount
of histsionic talent.
James Reed is a dare-dvil lawyer,
who, to carry out his plans, stoops to
the lowest lcvel of villiany. This char
acter is taken by Mr. L. B. Kibler, of
whose acting enough cannot be said.
Sufice us to say, "Well done."
The prince of commedians, Mr.
"Billy" Hunter, assumes the character
of "Donnis O'Brien," a level-headed
Irishman, who makes barrels of fun.
M. Julian Kinard, as a street urchin,
is calculated to capture the house with
his witty sayings and superb dancing.
Mr. H. B. Wells as a surgeon will
inace many of the doctors blush at his
lightning way of extracting bullets.
Deacon Austin, an eccentric old
country man, with hay seed in his hair,
is played -by Mr. I. L. Watson, the
'rho music for the occasion will be
conducted by Miss Delle Land. X.
For more than a hundred years theSha
kers have been studying the remedial
pr1operties of plants. TiheyI have made
many discoveries, but their greatest
achievement was made last year. It is
a cordial that contains already digested
food and is a digester of food. It is
effective in removinmg distress after
eating becomes a pleasure. Pale, thin
people become lump and healthy un
der its use. It. arrests the wasting of
There never has been such a step
forward in the cure of indigestion ias
this Shaker Cordial. Your druggist
will be glad to give yout a little book
descriptive of the product.
Give the babies LAxoL, which is Cas
ter Oil madle as palatable as honey.
The F'armers' Mutual.
The Home Mutual Insurance Asso
ciation, with headquarters at Newber
ry, S. C., after two years of successful
work-has wrig4en dver one million dol
lar's of insurance and nttmbers over one
thousand members; among whom are
seone of the best business men in the
D)uring this time the AssocIation has
made only one assessment and has met
prometly and satisfactorily all losses.
i't furnishes cheap and reliable protec
tion against fire, wind and lightning,
and keeps ouir money at home instead
of sending it out of the State to enrich
other sections. In fact the members
hold the money themselves except a
small initiation fee to meet current cx
pienses and to provide a small sinking
fund so as to pay losses without calling
assessments every time there is a loss.
The president and directors are re
liable and leading business men of
The general agent, Mr. Tr. F. har
maon,-has been asked to move to a larg
er town for headquartem's, but lie prto
poses5 to remain here for his facilities
here are as good for this business
as the) would be in Columbia ot
Charl'eston and expenses are less. We
are glad hie is1 going to remain. The
inore enterp)rises we can get horo the
bett,-r it is for our town and community.
Many Newboerrians will remember
Rev. Henry Frank Scheele who spent
several years here as a student of Now
berry College and afterwards as a stu
d ont of the Seminary, and who gradu
ated from both Institutions. He has
been pastor of the Lutheran chmurch at
Staunton, Va., for several years. lie
was married on Thuiraday, 21st instant,
to Miss Mabel Caroline Duble, of
W illiamsport. Pa.
FREE 1itlDGE DEFEltiRI).
Tite Couity onmissioneres Meet In Extra
The County Coiinisslonors met In
extra session11 last Saturday to trausuet
some business of importance.
Mr. Jno. A. Enlow was elected Su
perintenodent of the County Home at a
salary of 25 per month.
Dr. P. G. Ellcsor was re elected phy
sician to the County Home and the Jail.
Mr. B. 0. IEpting was elected Super
inteident of the chaiu gang at a salary
of $25 per month. No guard was
A public highway was opened in No.
9, beginning at Mr. Jacob Boozer's and
ending in Holly Ferry road at W. C.
All action was postponed on the mat
ter of a free bridge at Kempson's Per
.y. We woro kuriprised to see a num
ber of petitions signed by citizens of
the county protesting against building
a free bridge at Kempson's or1 at any
other place, if it is o be built out, of
public funds. They had just -is well
petition that no bridges in the county
be built. There would be just as muc1h
reason to pltition against building a
bridge across Enoreo or Little River as
to petition against Nowberry paying
hersharo for a free bridge across Salu
da. The people who live down there
and want a bridge have as much right
to it s tile people of any other section
have to a bridge across any stream in
the county. These peoplo pay their
plart of tile tax. We regret this Spirit.
The Board decided to postpone a'l ae
tion until the next meeting, which will
be held very soon.
H. H. Folk, E. 1'. Matthews, S. P.
McCracken and the Supervisor were
appointed delegates to attend a meet
Ing of Supervisors from all the counties
in ,bju SLato to be held iII Columbia on
Tuesday, November 10, during the
The Newberry Llidorgarten.
The Newberry Killdergalt.en, under
the management of Miss Agnes Erek
llann, is getting on nicely, 22 pupils
being already enrolled. 'ITO children
are delighted with the school and the
teacher. Miss Ereklann has veceived
the following unsolicvited testihonial
from Evelyn Holmes, of Charleston,
Directress of the Training School of
tile South Car-olina Kindergartei As
sociation. TheI'C is room11 for (nIY
eight more children in the Newberry
"4 Legare St., Charleston, S. C.,
Oct. 16, 'W.
My Dear Mliss Erekiann:
I am v'cry glad you have such ia good
opportunity to teach this year, anild I
wish you ' success inl your work. I
was l)eased with your kindergarten
last year, and it seelled to me that you
grew in sympathy, interest and power.
Every time I visited you and watehed
you with the children I was struck by
your (liCt manner and the happy influ
once it had on the children. I also no(
ticed their quick and euger attention
and free Mlontaneous "xpe1ssQuil of
I realized more fully with how much
love your chiildrieni regarded you when
I called upon03 themil in Junie. 'lere
was genumie sorrow with bot.h partLIIs
anld chlildr'en that you were nIot, t, re
turn to thlem, anld 1 am sure 1 app)rel
ated anid symfpaLthized with them. it so
halpp)ened that I did( not suo you in
table wvork with thle kindergarten chil
dren, but in tihe mlornling talks and1( iln
the gamnes youl showed tihe truel kinIder'
I am very sure thlat youl will do good
wvork and will bring a spirit of co-opera
tieon into yeour school, for' you proved
last year that that was yOUr' own spirit
whlen you so kindly acepelted alnd earI
ried out thle p)rogr'ammITe prleplared by
Miss Rose. I wvished thlat you could
have beeni one of 0our numllber' inl class
wor'k, but I always felt thlat you were
in spir'it, as also did Mattie Seabrook
and Miss Rose. I watnt to thank you
hleartily for' tile help youl were to) 1s
last year', and to wishl for you whlat,you
suirely merCIit, a lar'ge and ilourishi ing
I wvish I cold say to your) fr'iends ill
Newberr'y what I have w'itten youl. If
you wishl, p)lease show this lett.or to
anyone interecsted. I kno1w little oft
yourl prlepara'ftionl as aL k In)der'galten,
but 1 do know thlat your' splirit, and1(
wvork Is sweet and goodl; thlat youl arle a
painstaking, earnes1ct and1( sulccessful
teacher, anId mlerit suiccess in this new
flid of wor'k.
Your's very si ieriely,
EV>~ELYN IllOLMI S.
Very pretty anod cheap) Laidie's Wr'aps
at Wooten's. t,&f2t
We Have Just Opened
A largo and1 handlsomne stock
of Lamps, Fanlcy Crzockery
We Will Sell
Themi at ver'y low figures and1(
you will save mloneyi b)y lurl
chasing of us.
It Gives Us
Great p)leasurel to show ourii
goods, even if you don't buy.
ROEi'RTMON & (ii II,DER,
Dr uggists on the ornr
NOT'CE iS H- lEIY (G1V EN
J that tile Hooks of ReCogiStrlation for'
the Town of Newberry, S. C., aire now
open, and thle undlersi gned, as SuIper
visor1 of Registration for said Town,
will keep said( books open1 every day
(Sundays exepted) froml 9 a. mn. unItil 3
p. mn. until and( 1w incling thle 1st day of
C. A. IOWVMAN,
SuevJo of Reogistr'atoion.
R ermia 1,1R9'.
Dry Gods, Ctothing,
W HC know that while the price of
cotton Is low it is Ilore import
atilt thaii Over for you to buy tho
goods tilt, you need for, the 111al1
and Winter at right pricos. Wo
have takIcon intoeenlsideraitionl tho
lowV prive of cotton inl nllak-knlg ourl
goods, nild tsk yoil wl ilh iteed
of anythin 'Aig in the albo lines, to
cll ,1 nus, anId we will slaveou
fromn 10 to 25 per vetit.. Sat aU .
tion1 gutratilteed ol. liuoney re
1 NS -We hA at it well Selected
stook of Menl's, Lialies', A\t isses,
and Chiliren's Shoes, and eni
verI y safrely apply I'he satvinig of 10
it) 25- per voit. on alil purchatses inl
the Shoe linlo. St.otek aill fresh lanu
niw frion the faetory.
I0)' ING --In Mens', loy's aund
C111drle's Clothing, we hive at
Iee line, 1id we cnn provo to you
that our prices arIe lower t.hit
l RY (1))S-_-Our line of 1)ry
Goods, Notions, Ilosierv, Cloves
anild 1ttr'ishing Goods is full atit
at,tract-ivo, '11kl be.st. of aill - V I-Aty
CIl I 1A 1'.
IIT-*' - -ASkC to See oilr $l Stilf luld
soft I latt's. They ar(e beltiies.
swiandardl Prrunts, -1 anld 5k! pet. yd.
A nd roseoga nii vloa, 00: -4 Sh eet
ing, -le. ; extra lie vv grade, 6e.;
it big lot of ()IIt ing s, Ic .,5i., SA land
10c. polr ya-d. I itst (.hevoked
I Io III nspuIn, 154.
T'N DI-AWIEA In I Undt-t-wear for
U tho wilner we halve it complot.e
stock for I.tdis Itild Gentleniell
and Will Stell it 1.V Vycheap.
r,"Colie 1n1d see uts orten.
LI- -lOt's & Copoland'sldlO slitild, next
[i,otr t0 a i g a k NOWhIM r,1-1- '
A NEW LOT
(i" l''I I.
0. M. JAMIE$ON
- - - $3.00 SHOES
ju1st received. TPhis is the
best Shoe 1u11.1e fio $3.00.
We carrY them in all styles
We also enrry this inake in
,00 grade inl ca'llf anid vici
kid calf-Iinied, C all for thei
Q. M. JAA1 S()N 1IlO S,
d you vill get the host
Wh 1eu~ you nleed a nythi ing
W andmae an mOtcin
And Phrhngdesci tio rk, f i wil
Wtchmplaert mand Optian. f
lt)lITurnig nd11 al thhi ele work. I wl
lkeep ea fl ply oftl iycle wonrins
Sheto nhes by whenra all primcoo s
I shavo si' rec eie man kind favorst
from1 the'y people of Nst whrry sit n ~ ihet)
pait, for whch oa t,uel grate fl.
'luI' ask fo a ial ithese nicce wbrnhe
Sofe y h 'i lIjt'ei
IltVOureH, et 111 t k111 fi O'
J. W. WHIT E.
T O LEVY A SPECIAL TAX OF
two and one-half mills, In accord
ance with an Act of the General As
sombly of the State of South Carolina,
entitled "An Act to authorize all cities
and towns to build, equip. and operate
a systeni of Water Works and Electric
LIghts and to issue bonds to met' the
cost of saino," approved the 2nd day of
S.:CTION 1. Ite it ordained by the
Mayo and Aldctien of the Town of
Newberry, S. C., in council assembled
and by t,he authority of the saine, That
a special tax of two and one-half inills
on the dollar of all propoirty (except
the property of churches and inatitu
ions of learning) within the corporate
liniitsof the Town of Newberry be and
the saie is hereby levied and ordered
and regitired to be paid Into the treas
1'ry of tIhe said town, to provide tho
oMeans wheiewit,h to pay and dischare
t.he interest, and one-foitieth of trio
pirincipll of the bonds issued for the
puripose of building and equlpking a
.y'stei of Water Works and Islectrie
Lights for said town.
Siee. 2. That the said specIal tax
heroin levied shall be collected at the
same tihe the general taxes of the said
Town of Newberry are collected.
Sl,'. 3. That the Clerk and Treasurer
of said town shall onter each and every
atniount of money received uinder the
levy of the specIa tax herein provided,
in his books of account, un(der a separ.
ate accoulnt, a.d tie ituoney so received
shall he applfletld to any other piur-posu
than the paymeint of the ilterest and
pIiivipal of said bonds.
Sl.. .That the said Clor and
Treasurer shall inchude in his aniial
stateieit, and shall plublish therewith,
Mit'lh YeaItr a sel)arate s,atemnolt of the
tinount realized by the s>evial tax
herein levied, and of its app leation.
S,e. 5. That this Ordintiante shall be
Itid contiuie of forae ever-y year dmr
in fort,y yea's lleXt, tilueveding tho.
Iil1st, day of J1anuaryw, A. I). one thou
sand eiglht, Iiundred anld nillety-soveln,
Ui.less goo r repoltled.
Done and rattilied iider the cor >orate
seal of the Town of Now >erry,
u:A LU South (I Carolti, on this the 27th
diay of Septemnb-r. 1897.
.- - 11. 11. l' A NS, Mlayo r.
C. A. UlowMAN, (. & T. T. C. N.
T p0 HAISE. SUI 'l'LI ES l'ORTOWN
-pImoses for' the fiseal yearl end(ling
Deeelhnber. 31st, 18117.
Ile it mrdaiidl bly the Mayor and
Altdermen of the Town of Newberry,
S. (C., in council assembled and by the
ltt.hor'it V of the saul1e.
Sj-,"Pv1o(N I. That a tRx of Sixty Cent.s
on each one htundre'l dolla's worth of
ireal ind pe'sonol proplerty (except the
Ip,opelty of v'hurlrehes and i nstitutionis
Iof leItrnil1g) is hereby 1eVied and shall
hI luatil Into the Trea. u'y of said Town.
Smc. 2. That t(he taxes herein levied
sh1al I he paid to Lie(1erk and 'T'reasurver.
of said Town, in lawful m11oivy of the
Uniled States, from the Ist day (if No
veinlbr to the 1st day of Deceeibor,
Done ad(] ratililed under tho corporat,e
seal of said 'Town this tho 27th
S1.j (lay of Septemiber, 1897.
A'r'rss'n11. 11. E,\VTA NS, Al ayov.
C. A. BOWMAN, C. & T. T. C. N.
FOR UOLD WEATHER
WVe have jns't roceived our'
F"all Stoeck of WVinter Under
wear. Weo canl soil you an all
wool Shuirt, for 50c.
A goodl gr'ado alil w(ol r'ibbh)d
Or asisoriitoritt of higher
gradL(o goods is t.h o st. on I ire
-'r'(5all an<il Moeuro( y'our size
hoifore I ho stock isi broken.
0. M. Jamieson,
Thei pi'e (of Watches has ad vanced,
owling to the taiff: burt we itre Deimo
er'ats and1( businiess iet, and are goIng
to sell themi at the siame low fIgures
that chiaract.oriz/e all our dleals with our
cuIst.omers. We boughIt, in tne tad
our linte is lar'ge iand elegan t. We
would like11 to shtow y'ou 4)ur1s be(fo)i' you
buy3'---our' fall lIne oIf
It, will he a pleasuiro to us to show
tIuhem to you, j ust to see you sinilIe. AsIk
your nei ghibor' if I )A N I EiS ever failed
to treat hIn riiigh t, a nd come to see us5.
T HE JEWE LE ES,
Newber'ry, S. C.
P'. 5.-- If you needi Glasses or Specta
cles now is your1 chance. We can fit,
any eye that Is not blind.